Dallas Robinson’s Final 3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Colts Move Up for Brock Bowers, Bears Get Malik Nabers, Cowboys Take Adonai Mitchell

The Cardinals land Marvin Harrison Jr., the Colts get Brock Bowers, and the Eagles trade up for defensive help in PFN's final 3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

The 2024 NFL Draft has officially arrived.

Let’s take one final stab at a 2024 NFL Mock Draft and predict how the first three rounds could play out.

3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

1) Chicago Bears (From CAR): Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Caleb Williams has been the obvious pick at No. 1 for months, and he’ll walk into a better offensive environment than most top overall selections.

Given how well Chicago’s front office has constructed its roster around an impending Williams choice, the Bears could be playoff contenders as soon as 2023.

Chicago added WRs DJ Moore and Keenan Allen, RB D’Andre Swift, and TE Gerald Everett over the past two offseasons, while the Bears’ offensive line remains underrated.

First-year offensive coordinator Shane Waldron’s scheme will create opportunities for Williams, whose off-script dynamism will shine when plays break down.

2) Washington Commanders: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

While the identity of the No. 1 pick has been decided, the same can’t be said about the second overall selection. The Commanders will select a quarterback, but could be deciding between two — or maybe even three — potential choices.

Still, most reports suggest Jayden Daniels is the favorite to go No. 2 after winning last year’s Heisman Trophy. A true dual-threat weapon, Daniels posted 8.4 yards per attempt and 40 touchdowns through the air while adding 1,134 yards and 10 scores as a rusher in 2023.

3) New England Patriots: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

The Patriots have enough needs that trading down, acquiring additional draft capital, and rolling with Jacoby Brissett as their starting QB could make sense. But who knows when New England will pick this high again?

The club can’t pass on a signal-caller, especially with an option like Drake Maye available. Maye threw over 60 touchdown passes during his final two seasons with the Tar Heels and showed the creation ability necessary in today’s NFL. He’s the No. 1 overall player on Pro Football Network Draft Analyst Ian Cummings’ Big Board.

4) Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

It feels like the Cardinals own the turning point of the 2024 draft, and there are reasons to think they could trade with a club looking for a franchise quarterback.

However, Arizona already owns seven selections inside the top 104.

At some point, those picks have to turn into players. General manager Monti Ossenfort won’t get cute, instead opting to give Kyler Murray a true WR1 in Marvin Harrison Jr.

The ex-Buckeye posted more than 1,200 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns in each of the past two seasons, winning the 2023 Fred Bilentnikoff Award as college football‘s best wide receiver.

5) Minnesota Vikings (From LAC): J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Trade: Vikings receive No. 5 from the Chargers for No. 11, No. 23, a 2025 first-round pick, and a 2025 fourth-round pick.

The Vikings haven’t moved up the board yet, but it feels like only a matter of time.

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Here, general manager Kwesi Adodo-Mensah sacrifices three first-round picks and a future fourth to land Minnesota’s franchise quarterback.

Few players have risen as much as J.J. McCarthy during the pre-draft process. He guided Michigan to an NCAA championship in his final season as a Wolverine, but evaluations are all over the place for him as a 2024 NFL Draft prospect. Still, taking the rookie quarterback plunge is the right move for the Vikings.

6) New York Giants: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

New York may try to trade up and land of the draft’s four quarterbacks. However, it might be difficult for general manager Joe Schoen to explain to Giants ownership that he wants to move up for a QB just 13 months after giving Daniel Jones $81 million in guaranteed money.

Instead, Big Blue will take advantage of this year’s elite wide receiver class by adding Rome Odunze to their pass-catching corps. New York has taken mid-round chances on WRs in past drafts but will grab an alpha wideout who posted a 92-1,640-13 line in 2023.

If the Giants move on from Jones next year, Odunze can become a safety blanket for a young quarterback (perhaps selected later in this mock draft).

7) Tennessee Titans: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

While the Titans went on a spending spree this offseason, they conspicuously left one position group mostly untouched: offensive tackle.

Joe Alt should be the easy choice for Tennessee in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, as he can lock down the blindside from Day 1.

Alt’s father, John Alt, was a Pro Bowl OT for the Chiefs, so the Notre Dame product has NFL bloodlines. Alt and left guard Peter Skoronski — the Titans’ first-rounder in 2023 — will provide a stable pocket for QB Will Levis while working under Bill Callahan, arguably the NFL’s best OL coach.

8) Atlanta Falcons: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

The Falcons have essentially been searching for an elite defensive end since John Abraham left in 2013. Outside of one anomalous Vic Beasley campaign, Atlanta has been without a dominant edge defender for a decade.

Laiatu Latu comes with plenty of risk. A neck injury forced him to medically retire from football in 2021, while he’ll turn 24 years old during his rookie season.

But Latu has the pass-rushing acumen to contribute from the jump, which isn’t necessarily true of every potential first-round EDGE.

The Falcons are all-in after signing Kirk Cousins and need an immediate impact end like Latu.

9) Chicago Bears: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Malik Nabers might be the Bears’ No. 3 wide receiver during his rookie campaign, but he’ll be promoted if the 31-year-old Keenan Allen walks after 2023. In the short term, Chicago will have flexible formation and alignment options because Nabers, Allen, and DJ Moore all have inside/outside versatility.

It’s a dream come true for GM Ryan Poles to land Nabers at No. 9. We wouldn’t put it past the Bears to trade up a couple of spots on draft day to ensure the dynamic run-after-catch threat joins their roster.

10) New York Jets: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

With the top three receivers off the board, the Jets could consider a certain Georgia TE at No. 10. But reinforcing an offensive line posted to field two 33-year-old tackles in Tyron Smith and Morgan Moses.

Let’s send Taliese Fuaga to New York. He’ll serve as a high-end sixth offensive lineman in Year 1 and could be counted on to fill in anywhere but center. The Jets can’t afford to let Aaron Rodgers play behind a dilapidated offensive line if and when the club’s aging veterans get dinged up in 2024.

11) Indianapolis Colts (From MIN via LAC): Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Trade: Colts receive No. 11 from the Chargers for No. 15 and No. 46.

Georgia’s offense ran through Brock Bowers, who should see most of his time in the slot rather than in line. He’s a creative solution for the Colts, who need another weapon for second-year QB Anthony Richardson.

General manager Chris Ballard likes to draft athletes like Bowers, whose explosive yards-after-catch ability will add another element to Indy’s offense.

While there are contractual reasons to eschew first-round tight ends, Bowers’ potential role inside Shane Steichen’s offense is enough for the Colts to give up their second-rounder to acquire the 11th pick.

12) Denver Broncos: Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

The Broncos could select a quarterback at No. 12, but the 2024 campaign season feels like a reset year.

Denver acquired Zach Wilson earlier this week, giving Sean Payton another option under center and potentially removing a Round 1 QB from the Broncos’ draft plans.

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Denver could go in any number of directions, but the best available player might be OT Olu Fashaunu, who earned consensus All-American honors at Penn State and could become the Broncos’ long-term left tackle. Incumbent Denver LT Garett Bolles turns 32 in May and is entering his contract year.

13) Las Vegas Raiders: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

New general manager Tom Telesco missed out on the draft’s top-four QBs but still has a chance to add Michael Penix Jr. at No. 13.

Penix has the arm strength to hit deep shots within Luke Getsy’s offensive scheme and the experience to start early. His ceiling isn’t as high as the Williams-Daniels-Maye-McCarthy quartet, but Penix offers more upside than Gardner Minshew or Aidan O’Connell.

Raiders owner Mark Davis has reportedly given the club’s brain trust the authority to trade up to land a rookie quarterback. But it’s difficult to see how Las Vegas could submit a strong enough offer to outbid other QB-needy teams like the Vikings.

14) New Orleans Saints: Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington

The Saints have essentially given up on left tackle Trevor Penning two years after drafting him in the first round. Right tackle Ryan Ramcyzk’s ongoing knee issue may prevent him from playing in 2024.

Tackle is a pressing need for New Orleans. Let’s give the Saints Troy Fautanu, who could theoretically play all five OL spots but will begin his career at tackle.

If Penning or Ramcyzk overcome their performance and injury-related problems, Fautanu could always slide to guard.

15) Los Angeles Chargers (From IND): Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

Trade: Chargers receive No. 15 and No. 46 from the Colts for No. 11.

Although Jim Harbaugh has posted immediate success at nearly every career stop, he has to be realistic about the state of the Chargers’ roster.

Los Angeles is more than willing to trade back in our 2024 NFL Mock Draft, turning the fifth pick into Nos. 15, 23, 46, a 2025 first, and a 2025 fourth.

Byron Murphy II has the explosiveness to dominate on the interior and is solid against the run. His 6’1″, 308-pound frame is reminiscent of Grady Jarrett, and Murphy could become an impact Year 1 starter for the Bolts. There’s a non-zero chance the Texas DT is the first defensive player chosen.

16) Philadelphia Eagles (From SEA): Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Trade: Eagles receive No. 16 and No. 179 from the Seahawks for No. 22 and No. 53.

Quinyon Mitchell dominated against Power Five athletes at the Senior Bowl, then posted a 4.33 40-yard dash during the Combine. That’s enough to convince Howie Roseman to not only select a first-round cornerback for the first time in his career, but to trade up to do so.

Philadelphia has an extra second-round pick to play with, which it will use to move up to No. 16 and grab Mitchell. Incumbent Eagles CB Darius Slay is already 33, while James Bradberry turns 31 in August and fell off a cliff in 2023. Philadelphia’s corner need is great enough for Roseman to stray from his draft tenets.

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Jacksonville’s two most significant needs are WR and CB, and general manager Trent Baalke will have an easier time finding a starting receiver in Round 2 than he will locating an impact corner.

Terrion Arnold‘s 4.5-second 40-yard dash may concern some teams, but Baalke’s first-round picks almost always come from the SEC. Arnold has the discipline to play press-man coverage in Jaguars DC Ryan Nielsen’s scheme, and he’s young enough (21) for further development.

Free agent signing Ronald Darby will become an overqualified CB4 now that Arnold is in Jacksonville.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

With 6’8″, 345-pound Orlando Brown Jr. at left tackle and 6’8″, 370-pound Trent Brown at right tackle, the Bengals already boast one of the NFL’s most imposing offensive lines. Let’s send another gigantic OT option to the Queen City by giving Cincinnati JC Latham, who will fit right in at 6’6″ and 360 pounds.

The Bengals would prefer to let Latham develop during his rookie campaign while Trent Brown handles right tackle duty. But the veteran’s injury issues mean Latham could see early action.

Latham played right guard during his freshman season at Alabama and might be an intriguing left guard option for Cincinnati if incumbent Cordell Volson continues to struggle.

19) Los Angeles Rams: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

Brian Thomas Jr. joined Malik Nabers to give LSU one of the nation’s best pass-catching duos and could become an instant NFL weapon. At the Combine, he ran a 4.33 40-yard dash and posted a 9.97 Relative Athletic Score, the 10th-best mark among WRs since 1987.

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In his 2024 mock draft, NFL Network’s Peter Schrager (known to be close with Rams head coach Sean McVay) “guaranteed” L.A. would use its first first-round pick since 2016 on an offensive player.

Assuming the Rams are comfortable with Thomas’ medicals, he’d join Puka Nacua and Cooper Kupp to give Los Angeles one of the league’s top receiving corps.

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

The Steelers’ first-round preferences always seem to be topped, and the tea leaves in Pittsburgh are pointing toward Amarius Mims. Mike Tomlin and Co. picked Georgia OT Broderick Jones in last year’s first round and could go back to the Bulldog well for the second consecutive draft.

The fit makes sense. Mims may need time to develop after making only eight starts and playing just 803 snaps in college.

The Steelers are comfortable with a Jones-Dan Moore Jr. tackle combination for the time being, so Mims can serve as the club’s swing tackle before taking over late in the season or in 2025.

21) Arizona Cardinals (From MIA): Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

Trade: Cardinals receive No. 21 and No. 184 from the Dolphins for No. 27 and No. 71.

Arizona wasn’t afraid to float around the board in 2023, trading down before moving back up for OT Paris Johnson Jr.

The Cards didn’t move down from No. 4, but they have so much draft capital that it could make sense to move up if the team’s front office has a specific player in mind.

That prospect could be Dallas Turner, who posted better pressure and pass-rush win rates in 2023 than fellow Alabama EDGE and reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year Will Anderson Jr. did the previous season.

Turner has been coming off the board as a top-10 pick in mocks. If he falls this far, Arizona may be willing to give up one of its third-rounders to nab him at No. 21.

22) Seattle Seahawks (From PHI): Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

Trade: Seahawks receive No. 16 and No. 53 from the Eagles for No. 22 and No. 179.

Although interior offensive line is probably Seattle’s primary need, GM John Schneider can afford to wait until Day 2 or 3 before targeting guard/center reinforcements.

Instead, the Seahawks moved back six slots, recouping a second-round pick after sending their own Round 2 selection to the Giants for DT Leonard Williams at last year’s trade deadline.

A top-10 pick in an alternate universe, Jared Verse posted nine sacks and earned first-team All-American honors in each of the past two seasons. At 6’4″ and 254 pounds, Verse can play in any front and is stout against the run.

23) Los Angeles Chargers (from CLE via HOU via MIN): Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Trade: Chargers received No. 11 (traded again), No. 23, and a 2025 first-round pick from the Vikings for No. 5.

Graham Barton played center and left tackle at Duke but will likely stick to the interior in the NFL. Regardless, his positional malleability and elite college production should get him drafted in the first round.

Jim Harbaugh may have wanted to find offensive line help in the top five, but trading back and seeing a choice like Barton waiting at No. 23 was the right decision.

The Chargers signed veteran center Bradley Bozeman this spring, but there’s no reason Barton can’t beat him out for a starting role in 2024.

Don’t rule out Barton giving RT Trey Pipkins III a run for his job, either.

24) Dallas Cowboys: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

The Cowboys had plenty of needs entering the offseason but failed to fill any of them during free agency. Dallas has holes at RB, OL, DT, LB, and CB, but Jerry Jones and Co. might not be able to pass on an explosive WR like Adonai Mitchell.

Mitchell ran a 4.34-second 40-yard dash at 6’2″ and 205 pounds, while his 9.99 RAS makes him one of the most athletic prospects in NFL Combine history. He’s a downfield threat who should immediately mesh with Dak Prescott, and his route-running may still be underrated.

25) Green Bay Packers: Cooper DeJean, S, Iowa

With Jordan Love helming one of the NFL’s youngest rosters, the Packers are the definition of an ascending team. Green Bay has few needs on the offensive side of the ball, which could lead general manager Brian Gutekunst to address his club’s defense in Round 1.

The Packers already signed free agent safety Xavier McKinney to a four-year, $68 million deal this offseason. But they need multiple defensive backs after losing Jonathan Owens, Darnell Savage Jr., and Rudy Ford, each of whom played over 600 snaps in 2023.

Cooper DeJean could add a dose of athleticism to Green Bay’s secondary and play corner if needed.

26) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

The Buccaneers released pass rusher Shaquil Barrett this offseason, creating a hole in Todd Bowles’ edge-defender plan. Barrett played 62% of the Bucs’ defensive snaps last season and eclipsed 75% of playtime with Tampa Bay in 2019, 2020, and 2021.

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Bowles will always run a blitz-heavy scheme, but the Buccaneers need to be able to generate pressure with their front four. Chop Robinson — who posted 17.5 sacks over the past two seasons — could be Tampa Bay’s answer.

27) Miami Dolphins (From HOU via MIA): Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Trade: Dolphins received No. 27 and No. 71 from the Cardinals for No. 21 and No. 184.

The Dolphins went volume-shooting on the free agent iOL market, signing Aaron Brewer to start at center while re-signing Isaiah Wynn and adding Jack Driscoll to compete at guard.

With their interior somewhat sorted out, Miami could focus on finding a long-term replacement for left tackle Terron Armstead, who’s missed 20 games over the last three years and flirted with retirement over the offseason.

Tyler Guyton might need work with Dolphins OL coach Butch Barry, but he’s already shown solid development as a pass protector. While he only played right tackle at Oklahoma, the 6’7″, 328-pound Guyton has the athletic traits to play on the left side.

28) Buffalo Bills: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Xavier Worthy would have made sense for the Bills solely as a replacement for Gabe Davis. Now that Buffalo has moved on from Stefon Diggs, Worthy — who set a new Combine record with a 4.21-second 40-yard dash — should be atop the club’s wish list.

While Worthy’s 6’1″, 172-pound stature differs from a classic WR1 build, modern NFL rules and offensive schemes are designed for smaller pass catchers to thrive as early as Year 1 (see: Tank Dell).

Watching Josh Allen connect with Worthy on bombs will be fun, but the Texas WR is a more refined receiver than you might think.

29) Detroit Lions: Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri

While the Lions could think about bolstering their cornerback room or finding a long-term answer along the interior line, Detroit might also want to keep a strength a strength. Let’s fortify the Lions’ pass rush — led by 11.5-sack artist Aidan Hutchinson — by giving them Darius Robinson.

Robinson began his Missouri career as a defensive tackle but moved to the edge in 2023 before posting 8.5 sacks and 14 tackles for loss. He can theoretically align anywhere up front, giving Detroit DC Aaron Glenn plenty of options for designing rush packages.

30) Baltimore Ravens: Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

The Ravens have more areas of need than usual and didn’t have the cap space to address them during free agency. As such, they’ll enter Round 1 with multiple position groups at the top of their minds.

While Baltimore could consider a wide receiver or an offensive lineman at No. 30, the Ravens always pick the best available player on the board. At this stage of the draft, that’s Johnny Newton, who probably wouldn’t have fallen this far had he not undergone foot surgery in March. Newton + Justin Madubuike = terror in the AFC North.

31) San Francisco 49ers: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

The 49ers will bring back the same starting five they deployed in 2023 unless they add in the draft. That offensive line was good enough to get San Francisco to the Super Bowl, but Trent Williams is 35, while center, right guard, and right tackle could all use long-term upgrades.

Although he played tackle at Arizona, Jordan Morgan could be an optimal pick for the 49ers. He’d be a long-term option at either tackle spot but could instantly start over Jon Feliciano and Spencer Burford at right guard. Morgan’s mobility and ability in space should work well in Kyle Shanahan’s scheme.

32) Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

While we’d like to give Patrick Mahomes another pass catcher at No. 32, we can’t ignore the hole the Chiefs currently have at left tackle. Don’t worry — we’ll give Kansas City a weapon on Day 2.

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Veteran blindside protector Donovan Smith remains a free agent after starting 12 regular-season games and four playoff contests for the Chiefs last year. While Andy Reid may believe that 2023 third-rounder Wanya Morris can step in, Patrick Paul gives the Chiefs an alternative and offers more upside.

3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft | Round 2

Dallas Robinson’s Final 3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Colts Move Up for Brock Bowers, Bears Get Malik Nabers, Cowboys Take Adonai Mitchell

33) Carolina Panthers
Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

34) New England Patriots
Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

35) Arizona Cardinals
Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

36) Washington Commanders
Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

37) Los Angeles Chargers
Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

38) New York Giants (From TEN)
Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

39) Carolina Panthers
Jackson Powers-Johnson, C, Oregon

40) Washington Commanders
Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

41) Green Bay Packers
Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

42) Houston Texans
Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

43) Atlanta Falcons
Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

44) Las Vegas Raiders
Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

45) New Orleans Saints
Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

46) Los Angeles Chargers (From IND)
Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

47) Tennessee Titans (From NYG)
Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

48) Jacksonville Jaguars
Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

49) Cincinnati Bengals
Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

50) Philadelphia Eagles
Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

51) Pittsburgh Steelers
Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

52) Los Angeles Rams
Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

53) Seattle Seahawks (From PHI)
Christian Haynes, G, UConn

54) Cleveland Browns
Zach Frazier, C, West Virginia

55) Miami Dolphins
Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

56) Dallas Cowboys
Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

58) Green Bay Packers
Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

59) Houston Texans
Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

60) Buffalo Bills
Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

61) Detroit Lions
T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

62) Baltimore Ravens
Dominick Puni, G, Kansas

63) San Francisco 49ers
Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

64) Kansas City Chiefs
Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

Round 3

Dallas Robinson’s Final 3-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Colts Move Up for Brock Bowers, Bears Get Malik Nabers, Cowboys Take Adonai Mitchell

65) Carolina Panthers
Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

66) Arizona Cardinals
Cooper Beebe, G, Kansas State

67) Washington Commanders
Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

68) New England Patriots
Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

69) Los Angeles Chargers
Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

70) New York Giants
Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

71) Miami Dolphins (From ARI)
Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

72) New York Jets 
Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

73) Detroit Lions
Christian Mahogany, G, Boston College

74) Atlanta Falcons
Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

75) Chicago Bears
Brandon Coleman, G, TCU

76) Denver Broncos
Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

77) Las Vegas Raiders
Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

78) Washington Commanders
Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

79) Atlanta Falcons
T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

80) Cincinnati Bengals
Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

81) Seattle Seahawks
Maason Smith, DT, LSU

82) Indianapolis Colts
Cole Bishop, S, Utah

83) Los Angeles Rams
Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

84) Pittsburgh Steelers
Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

85) Cleveland Browns
Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

86) Houston Texans
Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh

87) Dallas Cowboys
Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

88) Green Bay Packers
Tanor Bortolini, C, Wisconsin

89) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, C, Georgia

90) Arizona Cardinals
MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

91) Green Bay Packers
Christian Jones, OT, Texas

92) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

93) Baltimore Ravens
Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

94) San Francisco 49ers
DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

95) Kansas City Chiefs
DeCamerion Richardson, CB, Mississippi State

96) Jacksonville Jaguars
Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

97) Cincinnati Bengals
Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

98) Pittsburgh Steelers
Hunter Nourzad, C, Penn State

99) Los Angeles Rams
Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

100) Washington Commanders
Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

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